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  • Children 
    Wu, Kuang-Ming (Scientific Research, 2018-02)
    As children grow, so this paper develops many themes that children and we all love, coherently yet freely, and attractively as children are enthralling.
  • Kreitler, Shulamith (Scientific Research, 2018-02)
    The paper traces the changes in the conceptualization of body-mind relations in psychology in terms of five sequential phases. The first phase is characterized by the view that there is nothing but the body. The second ...
  • Bissonnet, Peter (Scientific Research, 2018-05)
    The author believes that people are turning away from Christianity because (due to their free will) they cannot believe in the validity of various concepts, such as a unique and universal Crucifixion. They believe that ...
  • Ceroni, Mauro; Prosperi, Giovanni Maria (Scientific Research, 2018-05)
    We want to stress the irreducibility of subjectivity to a pure physical process and, related to this the existence of an actual free will. A discussion on the existence of free will goes back at least to the Middle Ages. ...
  • Wu, Kuang-Ming (Scientific Research, 2017-05)
    Time-logic is ever at work as story-logic in open coherence. This theme and its enormous significance, both sadly, totally, and usually neglected, are elucidated in this essay. This essay has five headings: time as not ...
  • Vieira, Sonia (Scientific Research, 2017-08)
    Guidelines for clinical research and ethics committees are significant contributions to decision made in science and law. But since research methods need to follow the changes and the development of science, guidelines ...
  • Islas, David S. Contreras (Scientific Research, 2018-02)
    Bioethics has the hermeneutical task of interpreting scientific knowledge produced by the biological and social sciences in order to propose moral norms and values that are adequate to it. Therefore, it needs to account ...
  • Eegunlusi, Tayo Raymond Ezekiel (Scientific Research, 2016-11)
    This work argues that Africa’s condition of poverty lingers because the continent fails to view poverty in its holistic sense in her attempts at tackling her economic challenges. Other types of poverty exist, such as ...
  • Perrick, Michael (Scientific Research, 2016-11)
    Appearances notwithstanding, in this paper we do not discuss the Gettier problem. The question at issue is whether one can be justified in believing a false proposition. So, what is at stake is the relation between ...
  • Firestone, Randall S. (Scientific Research, 2016-08)
    This paper proposes two thought experiments to demonstrate that our current treatment of animals is immoral. The first thought experiment involves aliens coming to earth and doing to us what we do to animals—eating us, ...
  • Nkechi, Obiozor-Ekeze Roseline (Scientific Research, 2015-03)
    This study seeks to determine how users of the university libraries perceive the services rendered to them. Department of Mechanical Engineering was chosen as the population of this study. It is heavily populated with ...
  • Koali, Seeiso J. (Scientific Research, 2015-05)
    This article normatively discusses two moral theories namely: Ubuntu and Deontology, with the aim of arguing against the practice of organ transplant trade. It is argued that this practice violates a rule of categorical ...
  • Zhang, Yanling (Scientific Research, 2015-05)
    The rapid development of higher vocational education in our country, to higher vocational ideological and political education work has brought serious challenges, researching the effectiveness of the ideological and ...
  • Abiogu, G. C.; Mbaji, I. N.; Adeogun, A. O. (Scientific Research, 2015-02)
    This paper is a conceptual clarification of the nexus between music education and youth empowerment. It is also an exposition of how music education can be utilized for the empowerment of the Nigerian youths with a brief ...
  • Dike, Uche A. (Scientific Research, 2015-03)
    The paper is a field research work delving into the ethnophilosophy of Ogba religion. Its focal point is on the people’ worldview, as it pertains to life, public morality, value and Adamic sins in Ogba Land Rivers State, ...
  • Mbaegbu, Celestine Chukwuemeka (Scientific Research, 2015-03)
    This article investigates the role of music in Africa. The study is primarily motivated by the fact that music plays an indispensable role in the being of Africans at work, in politics, in their socioeconomic engagements, ...
  • Nkechi, Obiozor-Ekeze Roseline (Scientific Research, 2015-03)
    The card catalogues are neglected in the university libraries in Nigeria because of the introduction of OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) which is rarely seen in most of university libraries. After conducting a ...
  • Articulo, Archimedes C. (Scientific Research, 2014-11)
    This paper deals with the ethical issues concerning living organ donor transplantation in the context of Immanuel Kant’s Ethical Theory. It primarily aims to refute the common perception about Kant’s categorical opposition ...
  • Barile, Emilia (Scientific Research, 2014-11)
    I address the problem of the intentionality of “feeling”, considering the study-case of “background feelings” (malaise, tension, etc.) in Damasio (2003, 2010). Background feelings, in fact, are “border case” feelings: ...
  • Walker, Marilyn (Scientific Research, 2014-11)
    This paper reviews some recent work in the relationship between caring behavior among humans, an evolutionary adaptation necessary for survival of the species, and our moral sense of right and wrong. The investigation ...

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